Driver Killed By Deer Crashing Through Windshield

 Tuesday, November 8, 2016

 ArkansasOnline

An Arkansas man died after a deer was struck by another vehicle and the animal went through his windshield on a state highway in northwest Poinsett County on Friday morning, authorities said. Kevin L. Crawford, 30, of Jonesboro was driving a 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe east on Arkansas 18 roughly 1 mile outside of Grubbs at 6:07 a.m, according to an Arkansas State Police report. Another vehicle, a 2005 Honda Accord, was traveling west on the highway and struck a deer, sending the animal through the Santa Fe’s windshield, state police said.
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